Open mic slots every month
Some of the best writing
from around the world
and professional polish
Louis Marchesi, 2nd Monday of each month
Café Writers presents to you….monthly readings of poetry and prose of extremely high quality in a relaxed and welcoming atmosphere. There are also open mic slots every month so do come along and share something of your own.
Meetings are held at Louis Marchesi, 17 Tombland, Norwich in the upstairs function room. Meetings start at 7.30pm and the entrance fee is £3.
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CURRENTLY LIVE EVENTS ARE CANCELLED AWAITING FURTHER GOVERNMENT GUIDELINES.
Cafe Writers was a blast – great audience, good humoured and keen
The 2019 Café Writers Open Poetry Competition results, judged by Zaffar Kunial
20th April 2020 Jackie Wills and Helen Rye DUE TO GOVERNMENT GUIDELINES AND OUR WISH TO KEEP EVERYONE SAFE THIS EVENT IS CANCELLED
Jackie Wills has spent her working life as a journalist, editor and teacher. She's a lifetime member of the National Union of Journalists, former Royal Literary Fund Fellow at the universities of Surrey and Sussex and a Lector, leading reading groups in Brighton and...
Jessica Mookherjee is a poet of Bengali origin. She grew up in Wales and now lives in Kent. She has been published in many print and online journals including Agenda, Interpreter’s House, The North, Rialto, Under the Radar and Antiphon. Her pamphlet “The...
George Szirtes’s first book of poems, The Slant Door, in 1979 was joint-winner of the Faber Prize. He has published many since then, his collection, Reel, winning the T S Eliot Prize in 2004 for which he has been twice shortlisted since. His latest is Mapping the...
Joelle Taylor is an award-winning poet, playwright, author and editor who has recently completed touring Europe, Australia, Brazil and South east Asia with her latest collection Songs My Enemy Taught Me. She is widely anthologist, the author of three full poetry...
Philip Gross has published over twenty collections of poetry, including The Water Table, which won the T.S.Eliot Prize 2009, and a new collection, Between The Islands, from Bloodaxe in March, 2020. He received a Cholmondeley Award in 2017, and his science-based...
John McCullough's first collection of poems, The Frost Fairs won the Polari First Book Prize in 2012 and was a Book of the Year for The Independent as well as a summer read in The Observer. His second, Spacecraft (Penned in the Margins, 2016) was named one of The...